Previously TES recommended author of 3 resources. Interactive resources, many of which involve Powerpoint or Excel to make Maths easier to plan and engage! Specifically I like to design repetitive yet engaging resources, which are often progressively difficult to foster calm lessons , create routine and encourage excitement in learning. 4th year of teaching, got an IMA scholarship for my potential ideas. Currently working in Spain in an international school, originally trained in England.

Previously TES recommended author of 3 resources. Interactive resources, many of which involve Powerpoint or Excel to make Maths easier to plan and engage! Specifically I like to design repetitive yet engaging resources, which are often progressively difficult to foster calm lessons , create routine and encourage excitement in learning. 4th year of teaching, got an IMA scholarship for my potential ideas. Currently working in Spain in an international school, originally trained in England.

A whole lesson I designed for an interview lesson for year 7 second set state school in the UK. A great visual way for introducing students into the topic of algebra, and how to specifically form expressions.
Defining a variable, and forming basic expressions.
The most engaging part of this lesson is the gifs used during the lesson, and the opportunity for students to really master the topic through the use of pictures. Slideshow is many slides long and includes an easy starter.
This resource includes:
Worksheets
Fun and Engaging Powerpoint
Watch video for full details

A whole lesson I designed for an interview lesson for year 10 state school in the UK, 3rd set. A great visual way for introducing students into the topic of cumulative frequency.
Running total; quartiles, interquartile range and other descriptors described.
The most engaging part of this lesson is the gifs used during the lesson, and the opportunity for students to really master the topic through the use of pictures. Slideshow is many slides long and includes an easy starter.
This resource includes:
Lesson plan
Worksheet
Powerpoint

A whole lesson I designed for an interview lesson for year 10 state school in the UK, second set. A great visual way for introducing students into the topic of circle theorems. This lesson specifically focuses on two circle theorems:
Angles in the same segment are equal
Angle at the center is twice the angle at the circumference.
The most engaging part of this lesson is the gifs used during the lesson, and the opportunity for students to really master the topic through the use of pictures. Slideshow is many slides long and includes a very nice linked starter. Please watch video for lesson in full.
This resource includes:
Lesson plan
Worksheet
Powerpoint

Is a tool in order for children to manipulate numbers, using the four operations. The children start with a beginning number, and they have to manipulate the number up to 17 times in order to get an answer. There are three levels of difficulty on this worksheet. And I have found this to be a very exciting starter or plenary activity. It can be used with all different types of age groups, because there is a level of challenge and differentiation depending on the level chosen, the time given to the children. Questions can be revealed on the screen at once or you can slowly give you operations to the students from the board.

Students must find all answers to the 8 questions in a grid. All answers will form a snake like pattern. Students then must write down the section of the loop (the loop starts top left of the page and finshes bottom right). This reveals a ‘magic code’.

This worksheet is designed for pi day for low ability year 8s. The idea is each number is assigned a picture, which is given in the key, and this should help students derive a story which will help them memorise the first several digits of pi.

Stumped for how to make your lesson more exciting.
Look no further.
This is a fully comprehensive resource containing over 15 minutes worth of video footage and 23 powerpoint slides detailing exactly how to use Bitmojis in lessons. There are 7 different ideas, 5 of which are covered by the video. This is to add an element of surprise, intrigue and excitement into lessons. To get a feel of what the videos include, what the youtube video below.This comes after a year of trial and error of using these myself with years 5 - years 11. Please review if you found helpful.

This problem works such that the inside ring contains the numbers 1-8, and the outside ring contains the numbers 1-8. Every number outside the flower represents the product of the petal numbers.

This is a number challenge puzle which is based on multiplication, addition and using the numbers 5-12 once each. Every octagon in this puzzle uses the numbers 5-12 exactly once, to give varying products and sums. Each octagon has one clue number given.
Please review if you found helpful.

This is a puzzle activity involving the four operations used as a starter or a plenary. I have used this with top set year 7 and bottom set year 8, because there are many different difficulty levels as seen by the video. This task acts as a puzzle as the students need to begin at the ‘start’ number and find the finish number, which requires 15 steps. The children start with a number such as ‘23’ and need to apply 15 operations to it, often involving all four operaitons, in order to obtain the finish number. Alternatively another type of worksheet contained within this resource requires children to work out the missing operations between these 16 numbers.
There are so many different types of worksheets, generally graded as an easy, medium or hard (green, orange, red) provided at the top of the screen. In addition to this the worksheets provided include negative numbers, positive numbers, large and very small numbers.
For a free sample of this resource please see:
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/number-snake-four-operations-worksheet-4-free-worksheets-medium-and-difficult-11989019

The idea of this game is for students to put the numbers 1-15 in their exercise book, and write the number 1 on line 1 and the number 1000 on line 15. They are then revealed numbers one by one, and their aim is to try and fit all the numbers onto the number line in a chronological order. Once this process is complete you can ask the class who obtained the largest number of correctly ordered numbers.
You can change the maximum number to something greater i.e. ‘10000’ or something smaller i.e. ‘300’. Also due to this being an excel worksheet generator there are an infinite number of answers that can be available.
This is a great game to end the lesson with and always engages students.

Sample of my paid for resource:
This is a number splatt resource whre children HAVE GOT TO FIND THE CORRECT answer and splatt it with their hand or a fly swotter, or something similar. Great fun for the end of the lesson.
tes.com/teaching-resource/ks2-ks3-splatt-excel-worksheet-generator-for-times-tables-11992342

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Great virutal or in class teaching tool.
Get children to screenshot, and add the answers with their mouse.
A worksheet generator to generate an infinite number of addition pyramids with 45 cells and 9 entries.
Numbers 1-9 need to be used on the bottom row exactly once (link to Sudoku)
Easy to print, fun to use, satisfying arithmetic
For a free version of this resource please see:
https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks3-large-addition-pyramid-with-43-cells-and-9-rows-involves-logic-addition-and-subtraction-11980356
For a quick video of how this resource works please see below.